After a long career in finance, Dante Roscini joined the Harvard Business School faculty in 2008 where he is a member of the Business, Government, and the International Economy Unit. He has taught both the first year required course that gives the name to the Unit and the second year elective course Managing International Trade and Investment.
He has published a number of cases and notes related to sovereign debt, monetary policy, central banking and international investment. His work concentrates on the interactions between macroeconomic policies and the financial markets.
Before coming to HBS Prof. Roscini spent twenty years in senior positions at three US investment banks in New York and London. He was a Managing Director and Head of European Capital Markets for Goldman Sachs, Head of Global Equity Capital Markets and Head of the European Capital Markets and Financing Group for Merrill Lynch where he was also a member of the Capital Commitments Committee and of the Managing Directors Promotions Committee. Finally, he was Country Head of Italy and Chairman of European Capital Markets for Morgan Stanley, as well as a board member of Morgan Stanley International Bank.
He has been, and is currently, a member of the board or the advisory board of several public and private companies. He is a Senior Fellow of the Foreign Policy Association in New York and of the Atlantic Council in Washington.
Prior to his career in investment banking Prof. Roscini worked as a researcher in nuclear archaeometry at the University of Rome, as a design engineer and project manager with Westinghouse Electric Corp. in the US and as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group in Paris.
He holds an M.B.A. from Harvard and a summa cum laude Laurea degree in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Rome, Italy.